Miss Smith Goes to Nashville

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Miss Smith Goes to Nashville
Connie Smith-Miss Smith Goes to Nashville.jpg
Studio album by Connie Smith
Released March 1966
Recorded August 5, 1965 – November 2, 1965
Genre Country
Label RCA Victor
Producer Bob Ferguson
Connie Smith chronology
Cute 'n' Country
Miss Smith Goes to Nashville
Connie Smith Sings Great Sacred Songs
Singles from Miss Smith Goes to Nashville
  1. "If I Talk to Him"
    Released: August 1965
  2. "Nobody But a Fool (Would Love You)"
    Released: January 1966
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Miss Smith Goes to Nashville is the third studio by American country music artist, Connie Smith. The album was released March 1966 on RCA Victor Records and was produced by Bob Ferguson. The album included two of Smith's singles released between 1965 and 1966: "If I Talk to Him" and "Nobody But a Fool (Would Love You)."


Miss Smith Goes to Nashville was released in March 1966 and was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee between August and November 1965. The album was released on a 12-inch LP album, consisting of twelve tracks, with six tracks on each side of the vinyl record. Three of the songs on the album were written by country artist Bill Anderson, who had written Smith's previous hits in 1964 and 1965. The album included a self-composed song by Connie Smith entitled, "I'll Never Get Over Loving You". The album was reviewed by Allmusic and received four and a half out of five stars, which is similar to the same amount[clarification needed] of stars her previous albums were given by the website.[2]

Release and aftermath[edit]

"If I Talk to Him" was the first single from the album and was released in late 1965. The song became a Top 10 hit, reaching a peak of #4 on the Billboard Magazine Hot Country Songs chart. The second single, "Nobody But a Fool (Would Love You)" also peaked at #4 on the same country chart. Miss Smith Goes to Nashville peaked at #2 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart shortly after its release, becoming Smith's first album not to top the Top Country Albums list, as her two previous releases (Connie Smith and Cute 'n' Country) had done so.[3]

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Back in My Baby's Arms Again" – (Dallas Frazier, Arthur Leo Owens)
  2. "Go Ahead and Make Me Cry" – (Leslie Lyle)
  3. "Same as Mine" – (Marge Barton)
  4. "If I Talk to Him" – (Dolores Edgin, Priscilla Mitchell)
  5. "Ain't Nothin' Shakin' (But the Leaves)" – (Frazier, Owens)
  6. "I Don't Have Anyplace to Go" – (Bill Anderson)

Side two[edit]

  1. "I'll Never Get Over Loving You" – (Connie Smith)
  2. "Holdin' On" – (Lee Emerson)
  3. "Nobody But a Fool (Would Love You)" – (Bill Anderson)
  4. "For Better or for Worse" – (Anderson, Moneen Carpenter)
  5. "Will the Real Me Please Stop Crying" – (Bob Tubert)
  6. "If You Won't Tell on Me" – (Frazier)


Sales chart positions[edit]

Chart (1966) Peak
U.S. Top Country Albums 2
Year Song Chart positions
US Country
1965 "If I Talk to Him" 4
1966 "Nobody But a Fool (Would Love You)" 4


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Miss Smith Goes to Nashville > Overview". allmusic. Retrieved 2009-08-01. 
  3. ^ "Charts & Awards". allmusic. Retrieved 2009-08-01.